It is said to have originated when the 18-meter tall Mandoro Lantern , made of bamboo in the shape of a fish was lit with the sacred flame brought from Atago-jinja Shrine on Mt . Atago ( Maizuru City ) , put in the Isatsu River , and rotated to appease the wrath of the sea god .
He was put in charge of guarding Uji-ji Highway at the very young age of 17 and made a great achievement by arresting MINAMOTO no Chikaharu , who was about to join the forces of Emperor Sutoku , near Hossho-ji Temple at Higashiyama , Kyoto .
Consequently , it is thought that the family name of Sasakiyama gimi would have nothing to do with Misasagi no He but would instead be a family descended from Sasakibe ( or Sasabe ) owned by Emperor Nintoku .
The Shimenawa myth has its origins from when Amaterasu Omikami ( the Sun Goddess ) was removed from the Ama no iwato ( Cave of heaven ) , Ame no Futotama no Mikoto ( one of the gods in Japanese mythology ) strung a Shimenawa across the cave entrance to prevent the cave being entered again .
Shichirozaemon NAKAMURA , who was a follower of a flute master named Hikobei FUE , established this family , and the name of the school originated from his son named Matasaburo because he called himself Jisai ISSO .
However , since the shrine originally was located in precincts of Horaku-ji Temple ( Shingonshu sect , founded by Prince Shotoku ) in the same town as a chinju-sha shrine ( Shinto shrine on Buddhist temple grounds dedicated to the tutelary deity of the area ) , then was transferred to the current place by the Ordinance Distinguishing Shinto and Buddhism in early Meiji period to take over ujigami ( a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion ) of Kuroda village ( confirmed by a pair of stone lantern with the inscription of the transferred year as ' 1770 ' ) , the present location of Ioto-jinja Shrine technically is not the palace site .
However , as in the case of other industries , the Washi paper industry also declined due to a decline in the lacquer industry , and it is almost impossible to see its tradition in places other than the limited facility such as the Washi Denshokan Museum .
Koman tells that she tattooed it as shinju-date ( an evidence of love ) for Gengobe ( ' Go五 ' is one kanji character of the name of Gengobe源五兵衛 ) , so he is pleased and poses as her husband , then Sukeemon TOMINOMORI , an uncle of Gengobe , comes to the house with 100 ryo .
According to historical document on the shrine , ' In 485 , miyabashira ( pillars of a shrine ) were built and religious ceremony was held , and its rank advanced to Jugoi ( Junior Fifth Rank ) in 859 and Shogoinoge ( Senior Fifth Rank , Lower Grade ) in 861 .
For the entrance of architecture of temples , the swing lattice doors became to be used often , and in addition , according to " Tonomine Ryakki " ( brief sketch of Tonomine ) the five lattice doors were set in front of Naijin ( inner sanctuary of a shrine or temple ) of the lecture hall in narabido ( two temples ) style which was built in 972 and the three lattice doors were placed to separate Naijin from Gejin ( outer place of worship for public people ) .
In " Nihonshoki " there is a following record of 620 , ' 是歲 皇太子 , 島大臣共議之 錄天皇記及國記 臣 連 伴造 國造 百八十部并公民等本記 ' ( the prince referred to Prince Umayado ( Prince Shotoku ) and Shima-daijin referred to SOGA no Umako ) .
In addition , the legend of Oni extermination by Emperor Korei himself and following legend are handed down around the Yamato-gawa River ( also known as the Hatsuse-gawa River ) flowing near Ioto no miya .
Having great affection for First Imperial Prince Koretaka ( whose mother was a daughter of KI no Natora ) , and due to his concerns that Imperial Prince Korehito was too young , Emperor Montoku thought of enthroning Imperial Prince Koretaka first and then having Korehito take over when he was older but the Emperor passed away in 858 while he was procrastinating out of consideration for Yoshifusa .
There were three major different types of Hyo : Gahyo ( handed at celebratory occasions such as Emperor 's Genpuku [ coming of age ] , investitures of the Empress or the Crown Prince and Sakutan Toji [ celebration when the winter solstice falls on November 1 of the lunar calendar . Once in 19 years , this is an auspicious day and has been celebrated at the court ] ) , Kohyo ( handed when the Emperor 's family members wished to decline the Emperor 's offer of abdication of the throne or people to decline the offers of privileges such as Fuko [ salary ] or Zuishin [ having bodyguards ] ) and Jihyo ( handed when people wished to resign or leave their government posts ) .
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